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Hahnemann University 



SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS 
I5TH & RACE STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 



Forget about the days 

when it's been cloudy, 

but don't forget 

your hours in the sun . . . 

Forget about the times 

you've been defeated, 

but don't forget 

the victories you've won . . . 

Forget about mistakes 

that you can't change now, 

but don't forget 

the lessons that you've learned . . . 

Forget about misfortunes 

you've encountered, 

but don't forget 

the time your luck has turned ... 

Forget about the days 

when you've been lonely, 

but don't forget 

the friendly smiles you've seen . . . 

Forget about the plans 

that didn't seem to work out right, 

but don't forget to 

always have a dream. 

Amanda Bradley 



PHILADELPHIA 



ACTIVITIES 8 



STUDENT AFFAIRS 18 



NEW BEGINNINGS 36 






MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 46 



MENTAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY 58 



PHYSICIANS ASSISTANT 76 



NURSING . 88 



RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY 112 



DIRECTORY 125 



K.A. 



Constitution Bicentennial, September 17, 1987 




Around Town 




Philly On Parade 




Seasons Change 




The first and only snowday in Hahnemann history 
to date. 



Bed Race, 1987 




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Hahneween 




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Hahnemaniacs 




RINGING IN THE HOLIDAY'S TOGETHER 




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STUDEflT 



SENATE 










John Welsh 
President 






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Andrew Trumpp 
Vice President 



Robin Bright 
Secretary 



Colleen Hoinkus 
Treasurer 



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SENATE 




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HORIZONS STAFF 





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BaxbaiA \ZaKuf, Layout Edifoc 




Betty Ann Sharp, AD nursing '89 



Bob Williford and Pepi Davidson MHT 




Felicia Withers, AD Nursing '88 




Cynthia Skarupo and Pete Maybo, MT 



The group from Radiology Technology 88 

Mot pictured: Jeanette Drobik, BSH 89 
Ronna Jelus, PA '89 
Pat Bumithp, ADM '89 
Sylvia Butts, MHT 88 




Another Tuesday afternoon 



Editors on location 



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Hahnemann 
University 



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'Ol. VIII No. 2 



October, 1987 



i?,^ 01 anned 



Left to Right: Seated: David 
Derose, Elizabeth Liem, 
Paul Singer, Elisa Segal, 
Pamela Kurey; Standing: 
Jim Standenmeier, Dan 
Doyle, Susan Qhaffari, John 
Hsu, Jeff Utz riot pictured: 
James Vanhane, Don 
Cubler 




Hahnemann I 
nee morally bank 
ancially destitut 
ame an institutio 
il and growing. I 
ontinuing and w 
•ell into the twen 
try. This year a 
:modcled Stiles I 

first satellite 
trengthened its 
rith the Crozer-CI 
al Center, cstabl 
le University's tl 
ampus. It is It 
rowth that will 
trengthen the Un 

Hahnemann's fu' 
owevcr, will not 
rd. Hahnemann i; 
ess of developing 
Jniversity Plan. 1 

From Neu 



In 1985 David Schrader was 

biology 
lopkins, ) 
ledicai SC 
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ly have 
verages. " 
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has been in applications from 
The hotjunch storywhite males, creating more 
room for women and minori- 
ties. Now thai schools no 
longer have their pick of 
grinds with 4.0 grade averag- 
es, "anybody with over a 3.0 
should consider it — especial- 
ly if he has other attributes," 
says the American Medical 
^■1 Association's Dr. John Tup- 

* Wm m? p er - 

Still, some schools are re- 
ducing class sizes rather than 




Test Anxiety 

The Student Counseling 
Center will be sponsoring a 
Test Anxiety Workshop for 
all University students on 
Monday, October 19th from 
12:00-1:30 in Room 206, 
School of Allied Health Pro- 
fessions. The purpose of the 



Pjirttiprs Day 

Singer, Editor 

The second annual Hahne- 
mann University Parents and 
Partners Day will be held on 
Saturday, October 24, 1987. 
All first year students with 
their parents of partners are 
invited to a day of learning 
about Hahnemann. 

There will be an opportunity 
to meet the President, Mr. Iq- 
bal Paroo, the Dean's of the 
three schools, attend typical 



STUDENT ACTIVTIES OFFICE 



Jean Dorman, Director 
of Student Activities 






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Cynthia Henry, Secretary 



Shirley Henderson 



Guess who? 



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STUDEMT 



COUNSELING 




(left-right) Psychology Interns; Patricia Kleven, Mindy Breyer, Paul paU Wynne . secretary 
Haughton, Karen Eselson, Scott Friedman: Director of Student y 

Counseling, Dr. Joseph Slapmo: Psychiatric Consultant. 



CAREER 



SERVICES 




Ann Weisbord: Director 



Anne Halpin: Secretary 



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HEALTH 



SERVICES 




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Susan Rattner, M.D. Director, Student Health 



Dr. Ellen Feld M.D. Staff Physician 




Josephine Ottaviano, Secretary 



Marie Campbell, Staff nurse 



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ADMISSIONS 



Bebe 

Daily 

Business 

Manager 



Londa 

Tuzi 

Admissions 

Specialist 




Linn 

Qiampietro 
Project 
Coordinator 



Melinda 

Tuck 

SAHP 

Admissions 

Specialist 



F I M A H C I A L 



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Anthony P. 

Doyle 

Manager, 

University 

Student 

Financial 

Aid 



Tracey J. 

Jackson 

Secretary 

Financial 

Aid 




Zena 

Anderson 

Donna 

Dipietro 

Work Study 

Program 



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BOOKSTORE 




Ingolf Smrke 

Book Store Manager 



Jim DiStefano 
Customer Service Rep 




Zachery Thomas 
Stock Person 



Stephanie Marshall 
Cashier 



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REGISTRATION 



Alan J. Sims, Registrar 



Maureen Q. Perri, Associate Registrar 





Julette Lewis, Secretary 



Angela Tate, Secratary 



Rozalyn Donaldson, Student 
Coordinator 



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LIBRARY 



Deborah Jackson 



Clint Roane 




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Janet Horowitz 



Judy Donovan 



Lynda Baumann 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Iqbal Paroo 

President & Chief Executive 

Officer 







Harry Wollman, M.D. 
Vice President of Academic Affairs 




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Scott H. Friedman, Psy.D. 

Asst. Vice President for Student 

Affairs 



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DEAnS 




Kathryn Fuscaldo, Ph.D. 
Dean, SAHP 







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Willard Green, Ph.D. Hugh Rosen, D.S.W. 

Assoc. Dean for Academic Assoc. Dean for Programs 
Affairs 



Robert A J. Walker 

University Dean of 

Students 



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DISTINGUISHED FACULTY AWARD 




Jane Burger, MSM 





Jane Burger, MSN, Program Director, As- 
sociate Degree Nursing Program, Dept. 
of Nursing Education, received the Dis- 
tinguished Faculty Award at the June, 
1987 Commencement Ceremonies. This 
award is given for excellence in teaching 
and outstanding service to the School of 
Allied Health Professions. 

Mrs. Burger graduated from the Universi- 
ty of Dayton in 1955 with a Bachelors 
Degree in Nursing. She earned a Master 
of Science degree in Nursing at Wayne 
State University in 1960. She previously 
taught nursing for six years in Detroit 
and nine years at Montgomery Hospital 
School of Nursing prior to coming to 
Hahnemann University. She became 
Program Director of ADNP in 1980. She 



received the Outstanding Achievement 
Award in Nursing from Hahnemann in 
1984 and the Outstanding District Nurse 
Award in 1984 from the Pennsylvania 
Nurse Association. She has been Chair- 
man and a member of the Admissions 
Committee of SAHP. Mrs. Burger is also 
a member of the Academic Standing 
Committee and the committee to pre- 
pare for Middle States Accreditation. 
She has served as co-chairman of the 
Planning and Development Committee 
and has been inducted into Alpha Eta 
Honorary Society. 

The student and the yearbook staff wish 
to congratulate Mrs. Burger on her out- 
standing achievement. 



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KIMBERLY BARNES 
PHOTOGRAPHER 1987-88 

YEARBOOK STAFF 
MEMBER OF PHILADELPHIA 

RADIOLOGIC SOCIETY 



Wlurk Wlw U Auwieai Juuurt, CMgei 





KATHLEEN C. CLIFFORD 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 1987-88 
YEARBOOK STAFF 

PHOTOGRAPHER 1986-87 
YEARBOOK STAFF 

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE 
1987-88 SAHP GRADUA- 
TION COMMITTEE 

TREASURER AD NURSING 
CLASS 



EILEEN MCKEE 
PHOTOGRAPHER 1987-88 

YEARBOOK STAFF 
MEMBER OF PHILADELPHIA 

RADIOLOGIC SOCIETY 






ANDREW TRUMPP 

VICE PRESIDENT SAHP STU- 
DENT SENATE 

VICE PRESIDENT AD NURSING 
CLASS 

WRITER FOR THE MORTEM 
POSTE 

MEDICAL SERGEANT IN THE 
ARMY RESERVE 



BARBARA VALLEY 

LAYOUT EDITOR OF 1987-88 

YEARBOOK STAFF 
TUTOR AT HOLMESBURG 

PRISON 
VOLUNTEER FOR NATIONAL 

LUPUS AWARENESS 

MONTH AT HU 



LARIE ZUMPANO 

VOLUNTEER FOR BLOOD 
PRESSURE SCREENING FOR 
NATIONAL DIABETES DE- 
TECTION WEEK AT HU 

VOLUNTEER FOR NATIONAL 
LUPUS AWARENESS 

MONTH AT HU 



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And Uitivwiftei 




DAMIEL GRAWL 
ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE OF 

THE PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT 

PROGRAM 
VOLUNTEER FIREMAN AND 

PARAMEDIC 




COLLEEN HOINKIS 

TREASURER SAHP STUDENT 
SENATE 

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE 
SAHP STUDENT AFFAIRS 
COMMITTEE 

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE 
BSN CURRICULUM 

COMMITTEE 

VOLUNTEER REGISTERED 
NURSE OF PLANNED PAR- 
ENTHOOD ASSOC OF 
BUCKS COUNTY 





MARCIA MENK1N 

PRESIDENT OF WILBUR OAKS 
STUDENT SOCIETY 

MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN 
ASSOCIATION OF PHYSI- 
CIAN ASSISTANTS 

VOLUNTEER AT PAOL1 MEMO- 
RIAL AND CHILDREN'S 
HOSPITALS 

VOLUNTEERED AS A PATIENT 
FOR TESTING AND CERTIFI- 
CATION OF THE HOSPITAL 
TRAUMA SUPPORT 




KAREN THOMAS 

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE 

OF NURSING DEPARTMENT 

PLANNING COMMITTEE 
MEMBER NURSING HONOR 

SOCIETY STEERING 

COMMITTEE 



CATHERINE TRACKIM 

MEMBER WILBUR OAKS STU- 
DENT SOCIETY 

MEMBER STUDENT ACADEMY 
OF THE AMERICAN ACADE- 
MY OF PHYSICIAN 
ASSISTANTS 

VOLUNTEER PATIENT FOR 
CERTIFICATION EXAMINA- 
TION IN THE PHYSICIAN AS- 
SISTANT PROGRAM 



JOHN WELSH 

PRESIDENT SAPH STUDENT 

SENATE 
PRESIDENT ADN CLASS 1987- 

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NEW BEGINNINGS 



Horizons 

In hidden harbors, a distant sound 
Calls shoremen to set sail for azure seas. 

With eager minds and able bodies, boats are 

readied; 

Hoisted anchors let docked boats drift free. 

Charting each new point challenges 
Sights that past experience will oversee. 

From secure inlets, captains carefully 
Navigate channels opening seaward gradually. 

Soon Celestial bodies bend to Neptune's realm, 

welcoming sailors 

With an arc that glistens like honey pouring into 

tea. 

When brimy vessels brought into the wind 
Join horizon's line with their lee, 

Some voyagers find safe horizon's port 
And further venturing flee. 

But others sail on, their bolder spirits 

undaunted 

By wakes in the mysterious sea; 

For those brave boatmen — faithfully trusting 

their call — 

Seek ports of farther horizons with vigorous 

energy. 

So, like these beckoned shoremen 
Journeying nobly out to sea; 

We must set sail for divergent ports 

To claim our horizons wherever they may be. 

Copyright 1987 

By: Rebecca Lee Dion 




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MEW BEGINNINGS 





Health Sciences and Society is a program that 
offers a curriculum which integrates the natu- 
ral sciences with the social sciences, and 
those two disciplines with the humanities and 
the arts. The curriculum is designed to ensure 
that the student will be exposed to different 
career paths within the vast and changing 
health care industry. 

The Department of Humanities and Social Sci- 
ences offers a two-year course of study leading 
to an Associate Degree in Arts or an Associate 
Degree in Science. The program offers stu- 
dents the opportunity to develop and enhance 
communication skills in writing and speaking 
as well as to broaden their background in a 
variety of disciplines including literature, his- 
tory, political science, philosophy, fine arts, 
anthropology and linguistics. 

The Department of Biometrics and Computing 
offers courses to all schools of Hahnemann 
University and serves a major function as a 
research component in the University. The De- 
partment operates a biomedical computing 
center with hardware and software to perform 
statistical analysis, computer simulations, 
graphical models, and mathematical model- 
ing. The Department offers undergraduate 
courses in mathematics, statistics, physics, 
and computer science, required for students 
enrolled in certain SAHP programs. 



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BIO MATH PROGRAM DIRECTOR/FACULTY 




.nTPKBpj Dr. Harvey Kushner 
• V „J Program Director 





Dr. Robert Goodman 
Professor 



Lucia Carballo 
Professor 



Dr. Martin Lipschitz 
Professor 



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OUR 

one 

AND 

ONLY 

STUDENT 




HUMANITIES PROGRAM DIRECTOR/ FACULTY 




Willard P. Qreen Ph.D 

Chairman, Humanities and Social 

Sciences 

SAMP Associate Dean for Student 

Affairs 




Standing, Left to Right, David Flood Ph.D; Willard Qreen Ph. D; Thom- 
as McElhinney, Ph. D.; Qerald Bello Ph. d Seated, Left to Right: Mar- 
gery King Ph. D; Qisela Schonrock-Peabody Ph.D 



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Humanties Underclassmen 




Back Row: Left to Right; Paytrienne Pough, Michelle Anesry, Louisa Schmid, Anette 
Couser Front Row: Left to Right; Cathy Elsenberg, Claudette DeCarbo, Missing: 
Erika Gains Maureen Mallon, Helen . . . , Janet . . . 



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FACULTY THEN . . . 





Jean Dorman and Tamily 



Dr. Willard Green 




Steve Anderson 



Gerald Bello 



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MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST: 



THE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST IS A PRO- 
FESSIONAL MEMBER OF THE HEALTH CARE 
TEAM. WITH THE AID OF MICROSCOPES AND 
SOPHISTICATED INSTRUMENTATION, THE 
M.T. IS ABLE TO EXAMINE SAMPLES OF BODY 
FLUIDS FOR PURPOSES OF DEVELOPING 
DATA USED BY THE PHYSICIAN IN THE MAIN- 
TENANCE OF HEALTH AND THE DIAGNOSIS 
AND TREATMENT OF DISEASE. 

THE M.T., WITH A BROAD BACKGROUND IN 
CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, IS 
EDUCATED TO WORK IN THE FIVE MAJOR AR- 
EAS OF THE CLINICAL LABORATORY: BLOOD 
BANK, CHEMISTRY, HEMATOLOGY, IMMU- 
NOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY. 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGISTS MAY PURSUE 
DIVERSE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES. THEY 
ARE EMPLOYED IN HOSPITAL LABORATO- 
RIES, PHYSICIANS' OFFICES, CLINICS, PUB- 
LIC HEALTH AGENCIES, PHARMACEUTICAL 
FIRMS AND RESERCH INSTITUTIONS. 
CHOOSE A CAREER IN MEDICAL TECHNOL- 
OGY AND THE EXPLORATION NEVER ENDS. 



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MED TECH PROGRAM DIRECTOR/ FACULTY 




Dr. Pamela Buccelli 




Left to right: Dr. Pamela Buccelli, Steven Anderson, Roberta Brunner, 
Loretta Nemchik, Janet Devine, Ann Knebel 



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MEDICAL TECH . . . 




Standing: Liza Menor, Rhina Arceo, Andrew Bartell, Gerald Sutter 
Sitting: Annie Chang, Maureen Callahan, Anne Hilbert 



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Underclassman 




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MENTAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY 



The mental health technologist is 
prepared to perform a diversity of 
tasks within service delivery in the 
mental health field. The technologist 
carries responsibilities in a degree 
commensurate with his/her middle 
level professional education, involving 
direct patient care and contact with 
the families of patients. 

The Associate Degree Program in 
Mental Health Technology prepares 
students to meet the demanding need 
for qualified mental health and human 
services workers. These workers 
function as part of a team of other 
human services professionals (the 
psychiatrist, psychologist, social 
workers, psychiatric nurse etc.) in 
mental health and human services 
agencies. 

The Bachelor of Science Program is 
an upper division program preparing 
students for mid-level positions in the 
mental health delivery program. 
Hahnemann students acquire the 
knowledge and skills necessary for the 
effective practice of psychosocial 
treatment related to community 
mental health, psychiatric 
rehabilitation and resocialization. 



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MENTAL HEALTH A.S. PROGRAM DIRECTOR/FACULTY 





Hugh Rosen, D.S.W. 
Program Director 



Joseph R. Casey, B.A. 

Assistant Program Director, Associate Degree 




Eaculty Left to Right: Hugh Rosen, D.S.W., 
Shawn Ireland, Wayne Satten, Joseph Casey 



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MENTAL HEALTH TECH 




Kneeling: Janet Bouldin Standing left to right: Rosemarie Johnson, Tracey Weeks, Helen Menor, Edward 
Lynch, Jennifer McAdams, Michael McCloskey 



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Associate Degree Program 




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MEIYTAL HEALTH B.S. PROGRAM DIRECTOR/FACULTY 





Hugh Rosen D.S.W., Program Director, Bachelor Degree 



Rochelle Dorfman M.S.W., Assistant Program Director, Bache- 
lor Degree 




B.S. Faculty, Left to Right: James Coone, Psy. D., Clinical Assistant Professor; Jean Barr, M.S.W., Professor; Robert Caruso, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor,- Rochelle Dorfman, M.S.W., Instructor; Anthony Arce, M.D., Professor,- Hugh Rosen, D.S.W., Professor, Program 
Director 



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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 





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MENTAL HEALTH TECH 




Kneeling Left to Right: Darlene Fry, Sylvia Butts, Judith Meltzer, 
Robin Bright; First Row: Jean Poindexter, Denise Forte, Donna DiPie- 
tro, Colleen Murray, Alice O'Hara, Carla Macrini; Last Row: Eleanor 
Cohen, Robert Hearon, Robert Williford, Marcia Stubbs, Mary Clark 



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Baccalaureate Degree Program 




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PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT 



Physician assistants are primary 
health care providers who work under 
the supervision of a physician as vital 
members of the health care team. 

The concept of the physician assistant 
is relatively new and has developed 
from the basic premise that many 
tasks performed by physicians can be 
carried out with equal competence by 
specially trained health professionals. 
Hahnemann graduates are trained to 
perform complete or directed history 
and physical exams, organize the 
results, evaluate tests, diagnose, or 
present cases in a problem-oriented 
fashion to the supervising physician. 
They are also trained to carry out the 
therapeutic plan and counsel patients 
about signs and symptoms, the 
meaning of the diagnosis, the 
rationale for the effects of treatment, 
the prognosis, and necessary follow- 
up. 

A physician assistant delivers patient 
care in a wide variety of practice 
settings under the supervision of a 
licensed physician who is responsible 
and legally liable for the performance 
of the assistant. 



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PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAM DIRECTOR/FACULTY 




Sherry Stolberg, PA-C 
Program Director 




Seated, Left to Right: Don Myers, PA-C; Hate Olston, PA-C; Earl Froley, 
PA-C. Standing Left to Right: Sherry Stolberg, PA-C, Qeri Buck, PA-C, 
Virginia Kenyon, PA-C, Sue Johnston, PA-C 



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PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT 



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Kneeling Left to Right: Margaret Traverse Patricia Pullar, Sheryl Sporer, Janet 
Isacoff, Shannon Kelley, Nydia Tejada, Ann Marie Foley-Swords, Diana Domhoff, 
Lucy Rex Seated, extreme left, right: Rosa Williams, Mary Chiodo Stooping mid left 
to right MaryBeth Qorotsky, Theresa Rose, Amy Haydon. Standing left to right: 
Scooter Patrick, Camille DiMicola, Eugenia Figured, Elizabeth Quindan, Alice Wall, 
Angela Laney, Margaret Utsch, Amanda Childress, Tom Beckett. Standing, back 
row, left to right: Traci White, Lenore Quinn, Scott Brackin, Vince Merola, John 
Jessick, Rosalie Harrigan, M. DiFeliciantorio, Joe Andercin, Sharon Butterwood, 
Kathie Rosenberger, Steve Vassas, Jim Pack, Back row left to right: Steve Zanders 
and Larry Eastbum 



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NURSING . . 



The Associate Degree nursing Program 
is a two year accelerated program com- 
bining liberal arts, science and nursing 
courses that include clinical rotations. 
At the end of two successfully complet- 
ed years, the graduate is prepared to 
take the State Board of Examination 
leading to licensing as a registered 
nurse. The program prepares a skilled 
patient-side nurse who can function on 
the health care team in a hospital and in 
the community. The Hahnemann gradu- 
ate will have an in-depth grasp of con- 
cepts underlying basic health problems. 
The nursing process is used to plan care 
for patients at various stages of the life 
cycle when there are disruptions of 
health, crisis situations, and alterations 
in life style. 

The Bachelor of Science nursing pro- 
gram gives RNs who have either an as- 
sociate degree or a nursing diploma the 
opportunity to obtain a Bachelor of Sci- 
ence degree. The program is built upon 
the knowledge base in nursing already 
acquired by students in their first-step 
programs. The focus is upon enlarging 
and deepening the cognitive skills of the 
nursing process, no repetition of founda- 
tional knowledge occurs. 



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NURSING: PROGRAM DIRECTOR/FACULTY 



Jane Burger R.M., B.S.M. Ed: M.S.M. 
Program Director 




Erik Hawkins 
Secretary 




First Year Faculty; Seated, Left to Right: Janis Stewart, Isabelle 
Mosig, Qeraldine Sherzer, Joyce Lazzaro Standing Left to Right: 
Valerie Haverty, Rena Bumfield, Amy Eskild, Ann Kelley 



Second Year Faculty; Seated, Left to Right: Cathy Davis, 
Virginia Mynick, Mamie Wesley, Nancy Steven, Standing, Left 
to Right: Wendy Herman, Lois Thomas, Rosemary Kuzner 
Mot pictured: Rochelle Kuhn, Carol Hannah 




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line, D. Perry, M. Lee, Q. Acello Sec- 
ond Row: C. Fagg, A. Rossino, A. Gal- 
lagher, C. Brecdlove, L. Taylor, A. 
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First Row: Seated: F, Padolina, P. 
White, S. Bucci, L. Crumbock, K. Bra- 
dy, R. Smith Second Row: M.E. Smith 
(FACULTY), M. Brenlin, S. Rempfer, J. 
Morrisey, A. Harrell, M. Sharrow, S. 
Roberts, M. Jonas. Q. Sherzer (FAC- 
ULTY), Third Row: C. Mc Garry, K. 
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First Row: B. Pool, M. Meelon, A. El- 
liot, L. Beverley Second Row: T. Kel- 
leher, D. Dintino, E. Jones, D. Caruso, 
K. Mason Third Row: B. Begley, A. 
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R.N., M.S.N., Priscilla Swartz M.S.N., Christine Lajkowicz, ED. D, Anna Marie 
Haltmeier, M.S.N. 



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Radiography is the art and science of 
imaging the tissues, organs, bones and 
vessels that comprise the human body, 
by means of radiation. 

The radiographer, at the direction of a 
physician, applies his/her knowledge of 
anatomy, physiology, positioning and 
radiographic techniques to accurately 
demonstrate anatomical structures on a 
radiograph or other imaging receptor. A 
thorough understanding of the princi- 
ples of radiation protection, radiation bi- 
ology, and the physics of radiation is 
necessary to produce quality diagnostic 
images while minimizing radiation expo- 
sure to the patient. Radiographers work 
in a variety of settings, such as hospi- 
tals, clinics, private offices, industrial 
and experimental laboratories and com- 
mercial sales. 



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RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM DIRECTOR/FACULTY 





Program Director: Marie Wood, A.S., R.T. (R) 



Clinical Coordinator: Marcita Walton, R.T. 
(R) 




Faculty Led to Right Back Row: Jacki Molosiecki, Lori Vassallo Front Row: 
Marge Hughes, Cheryl Voundenjykel, Donna Schilling 



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Right to Left: Top Row: T. Finn, K. Middleman, L. McAnally, N. Parker, T. Raybold; Middle Row: J. Musto, K. 
Joyce, R. Pritchard, K. Narquart, A. Whichard, W. Strunk; Bottom Row: M. Council, R. Dietz, S. Mazmanian, M. 
Allegra, A. Salnaitis 



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HOT HITS 






I Did it my Way' 



Take Me Home Tonight 





1 wanna be Loved by You'' 



"Girls Just Wanna Have Fun 





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I Still Haven t Found What I'm Looking for' 



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I'm Singing in the Rain'' 



Walk This Way, Talk This Way'' 





Who's That Girl?' 



If You Want my Body and You Think I'm Sexy' 





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123 



AGBOTTAH, EILEEN ESTHER 
730 QUINTON AVE 
TRENTON NJ 08629 

ALDERFER, HOLLY J, 

GREEN BRIAR DR PO BOX 298 

WORCESTER PA 19490 

ARTON, ELIZABETH SYBILLE, 
6833 WAYNE AVE 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19119 



DEMARCO, REQINA C, 
4018 L STREET 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19124 

DIGIANVITTORIO, PATRICIA 
3151 SO 20TH 
PHI LA PA 19145 

ALLOWAY, ROSEMARY E, 
315 E MAPLE AVE 
MERCHANTVILLE NJ 08109 



DE GOVANNL LYNNE M, 
455 ORIOLE STREET 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19128 

DELANEY, TRACEY ANNE, 
6650 SOUDER ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19149 

DIPROSPERO, GRACE M. 
2837 S FA1RHILL ST 
PHI LA PA 19148 



BEAM, MALARIE K, 

1833 OLD STONEMILL DR 

CRANBURY NJ 08512 

BIBBO, RAYMOND S., JR. 
P.O. VOX 963 
KINGPRUSSIA PA 194060862 



AMMIDON, ASHLEY ELIZIBETH, 
209 WINANT RD 
PRINCETON NJ 08540 

BEARD, GWENDOLYN SAWYER 
7395 RUGBY ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19138 



DONNELLY, EDWARD J. 
207 WINDSOR AVENUE 
UPPER DARDY PA 19082 

DRAKE, SUSAN C, 
7260 CALVIN RD 
UPPER DARBY PA 19082 



BOLINAS, CECILLE ARCE, 
2153 CHESTNUT AVE 
ARDMORE PA 19003 

BRANCO, ANTIONETTE CHARLEN, 
26 B WEST BLUEBELL LANE 
MT. LAUREL NJ 08054 

BROOKS, MONIQUE R, 
6732 LINMORE AVE 
PHIL PA 19142 

BURGOS, SILVIA JOSEEINA, 
4341 N FAIRHILL ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19140 



BHATT, DEVENDRA P, 
2301 WOODWARD ST K-16 
PHILA PA 19115 

BORDLEY, SHEILA L, 
2518 JESSUP ST 
WILMINGTON DE 19802 

BOYD, LISA MONIQUE, 
5200 HILLTOP DR AA7 
BROOKHAVEN PA 19015 

BROWN, JULIA E, 
PO BOX 26412 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19141 






DUNBAR, KATHLEEN THERESA, 
8434 MADISON PLACE 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19153 

FAGAN, KIMBERLY A, 
410 BENSAL RD 
HATBORO PA 19040 

FEERY, BRIDGET 
31 KENDALL BLVD 
OAKLYN NJ 08107 

FLYNN, MARY ELIZABETH, 
110 N BROWN ST 
GLOUCESTER NJ 08030 



BURNETT, PAMELA M, 
65 IVY MILLS ROAD 
GLEN MILLS PA 19342 

CARR, BENJAMIN W, 
2925 FIRST AVE 
NORR1STOWN PA 19403 

CATENACCI, JANET 
1417 S BROAD ST 
PHILA PA 19147 

CLIFFORD, KATHLEEN C, 
3014 HALE ST 
PHILA PA 19149 

COLLIER, MARSHA Y, 
805E PASSYUNK AVE 
PHILA PA 19147 

COYLE, ANN BERNADETTE, 
2324 S 24TH ST 
PHILA PA 19145 



BUCKLEY, CATHERINE LOUISE 
1353 ARTHUR AVE 
MAPLE GLEN PA 19002 

CALTABIANO, ANDREA PATRICIA 
9302 N JAMISON AVE 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19115 

CAR1SE, DENI 
PO BOX 58721 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19102 

CHYCHULA, LOLA J. 
2109 BLEIGH AVE 
PHILA PA 19152 

CIPOLLONI, MICHELLE A, 
2328 SOUTH 70TH ST 
PHILA PA 19142 

COSGROVE, KATHLEEN M, 
325 N 15TH ST APT 213A 
PHILA PA 19102 



FORMIGLIA, JOAN M, 
2826 S NINTH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19148 

GAGLIARDT, LISA D, 
6 FOX HOLLOW DR 
CHREEY HILL NJ 08003 

GARDNER, JUANITA A. 
1218 SOUTH BONSALL ST. 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19146 

GILLIARD, SHARON 

31 SOUTH BRIGHTON AVE 

UPPER DARBY PA 19082 

GLOWACK1, KAREN L. 
313 SPRUCE AVE 
GLOUCESTER NJ 08030 

GRAHAM, DAVID A, 
522 BOYER RD 
CHELTENHAM PA 19012 



DA1NO, KATHLEEN M, 
1825 2S 29TH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19145 



COSLET, RITA BROWN, 
2020 WALNUT ST APT 17B 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19103 



GRAHAM, KIMBERLY M 
3045 MEREDITH PLACE 
BENSALEM PA 19020 



DAWSON, VALDA A, 
6618 LINCOLN DR 
PHILADELPHIA PA 191193115 



DALES, PAMELA ANNE, 
235 S 42 
PHILA PA 19104 



GREENE, DANA ELIZABETH, 
1831 WATSON RD 
ABINGTON PA 19001 



DAY, CHRISTINE 

211 SCHOOLHOUSE RD 

OLD SAYBROOK CT 06475 



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DANGELO, DEIDRE C, 
266 HIGHLAND AVE 
DOWNINGTOWN PA 19335 



GUILD, KATHLEEN 

2920 HANNAH AVE APT F-155 

NORRISTOWN PA 19401 



HAMILTON, VALERIE 
5535 W. MASTER ST. 
PHILA PA 19131 

HARRINGTON, MARYKATE ANN 
5218 RANDOLPH COURT 
PHILA PA 19147 



GLOWACKI, KRISS FLORENCE, 
325 N 15TH ST 
PHILA PA 19102 

GOLOVACHA, DEBORAH A, 
923 SHELMIRE AVE APT-2 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19111 



LEDVA, MARY ANNA, 

740 SOUTH 10TH ST APT 3-D 

PHILA PA 19147 

LOR, BEE 

5401 N 12TH ST 

PHILA PA 19141 



HELL1NGS, VICTORIA ANN, 
639 BARNES ST 
PHILA PA 19128 

HENEHAN, MARY LUCILLE, 
370 CANTRELL ST 
PHILA PA 19148 

HODGE, TASHA M. 

3514 SPRING GARDEN APT A22 

PHILA PA 19104 

HODGES, LARRY KEITH, 
2909-H PIERCE DR 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19145 



HUGHES, LOIS A, 
FRANKLIN ARMS 10A 
MT EPHRAIM NJ 08059 

JAMES, LILLIAN C, 
1825 S 29TH ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19145 



KANE, RUSSELL 

BOX 256 

WAINSCOTT NY 119750000 

KELLER, GERALD L, 
3015 HALLOWELL CT 
BENSALEM PA 19020 

EISENBERG, KATHRYN ANN, 
PAUL BROOK LANE 
MEDOWBROOK PA 19046 

ESCHERT, DAWN MARIE, 
951 EAST SCHILLER ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19134 

FELDMAN, ROSALIND 
1430 KNORR ST 
PHILA PA 19111 

FERGUSON, JACQUELINE T. 
612 GATES ST 
PHILA PA 19128 

FREEMAN, VICTORIA C. 
2100 FAIRMOUNT AVE APT 4 
PHILA PA 19130 

FRY, BARBARA E. 
2630 SPERRY ST. 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19152 

G1AMPIETRO, AGNES M, 
6961 LAWNTON STREET 
PHIALDELPH1A PA 19128 






GRASSO, DAWN MARIA, 
2215 S CLARION ST 
PHILA PA 19148 

GRAWL, DANIEL MICHAEL, 
2245 HILLSIDE LANE 
ASTON PA 19014 

GUYTON, NADINE BELL, 
947 N ORIANNA ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19123 

HALL, WANDA D, 

16 MEDALLION LANE 

WILLILNGBORO NJ 08046 

HARRIS, EMMA L, 

155 E GODFREY AVE APT 0606 

PHILADELPHIA PA 19120 

HATCHER, YVONNE R, 
1266 E MT AIRY 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19150 

HENRY, GLORIA E, 
4355 DEERPATH LANE 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19154 



HILLIARD, SUE A, 
RD #2 BOX 2119 
BANGOR PA 18013 

HOINKIS, COLLEEN D. 
9 SPINYTHORN RD 
LEVITTOWN PA 19056 




MRS. 



HOLMES, MARGARET 
116 S. 56TH ST APT 5 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19139 

JONES, JACQUELINE S. 
400 GLENDALE RD APT G41 
HAVERTON PA 19083 

KOBRINETZ, NINA LOREN, 
2109 A ARCH ST 
PHILA PA 191030000 



KRAUS, SUSAN J. 

923 OAKMONT STREET 

PHILA PA 19111 

KRISULEV1CZ, CAROL L 
8-19 WILDE AVE 
DREXEL HILL PA 19026 

KUCHARIK, CHRISTOPHER A, 
325 N 15TH ST APT 1407 
PHILA PA 19102 



LOUX, JENNIFER ANNE 
325 N. 15TH ST. APT 604-A 
PHILA PA 19102 

MALONE, MARYANN ELIZABETH, 
426 BENSON STREET 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19111 

MARKS, JENNIFER L, 
2006 MT VERNON ST 
PHILA PA 19130 

MCCOLLUM, RESSOLA 

1627 STILL RD 

WEST CHESTER PA 19380 

MCCOY, HARRY F, 
7024 VALLEY AVE 
PHILA PA 19124 

MCGEE, SHEILA J. 
17 BRANFORD RD 
DARBY PA 19023 

MCGREGOR, JACQUELINE D. 
3005 D PIERCE DRIVE 
PHILA PA 19145 

MENDOZA, REGINA BERMUDEZ, 
5322 WALTON AVE 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19143 

MENKIN, MARCIA JOAN, 
112 SPRING RD 
MALVERN PA 19355 

METZ, PAMELA A. 
PO BOX 34 
JAMISON PA 18929 

MEYERS, PATRICIA ANN, 
778 N BUCKNELL ST 
PHILA PA 19131 

MISSIMO, JULIE M. 

6530 COBBS CREEK PARKWAY 

PHILA PA 19142 

MOATTART, HAMID R. 

325 N 15TH ST APT 1306-A 

PHILA PA 19102 

MORTON, SHARON L, 
213 VICTORIA DRIVE . 
COATESVILLE PA 19320 

MOVERY, DONNA MARIE 
5326 DIAMOND STREET 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19131 



GIBSON, PATRICIA A, 
466 E. ASH MEAD ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19144 



LAWVER, BEVERLY KAY, 
219 N WYNNEWOOD AVE 
NARBERTH PA 19072 



OHL, DANIEL C, A. 

97 ASHLAND AVE APT 5B 

BALA CYNWYD PA 19004 



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OTTAVIANO, DEMISE M, 
341 SOUTH 4TH STREET 
PMILA PA 19106 



M1SHKIN, CAROLE B, 
325 N 15TH ST 10098 
PHILA PA 191110000 



SABATINO, BETTYANNE 
7113 CLAR1DQE ST 
PHILA PA 19111 



PERRY, LINDA H, 

135 E WASHINGTON LANE 

PHILA PA 19144 



MORAWSKI, AGNES MICHALINA, 
4428 RICHMOND ST 
PHILA PA 19137 



SAUDER, JOHN DAVID, 
1121 BRANDYWINE ST 
PHILA PA 19123 



PHILLIPS, PAMELA ANN, 
306 STANWOOD RD 
FAIRLESSH1LLS PA 19030 

LAUCK, LAURA ANN, 
3612 E CROWN AVENUE 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19114 

LAWSON, LYNN C, 

36 EAST 6TH ST 

NEW CASTLE DE 19720 

LEVINM STEFFI J, 
10 CHAPEL HILL RD 
HUNT VALLEY PA 19006 

LEWISKI, DEBORAH A, 
3027 MEMPHIS STREET 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19134 

MADDEN, DARYL CLINTON, 
108 ALLISON COURT 
LANSDALE PA 19446 



MORRISSEY, KATHERINE M, 
1473 E WILT ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19125 

NELLINGER, JOAN MARIE 
325 N. 15TH ST. APT 1013-B 
PHILA PA 19102 

NOVIELLI, ANTONELLA N. 
2209 SO. 21TH STREET 
PHILA PA 19145 

OVERTON, DEMARIS LYNN 
245 SO. FELTON ST. 
PHILA PA 19139 

PARKER, WANDA MARIA, 
10825 EAST LESWICK RD 
N.E. PHILA PA 19154 

P1NOSKI, LOUISE C, 
2865 SEBRING ROAD 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19152 



SCHMIDT, SUSAN CATHERINE 
325 N 15TH ST 
PHILA PA 19102 

SERBER, ANDREA D, 
309 HARBISON RD 
ST DAVIDS PA 19087 

SIMON, SHARI BETH, 
1105 WEST HIGH ST 
HADDON HTS NJ 08035 

SINGSON, SUZETTE GONZALES, 
5926 A STREET 
PHILA PA 19120 

SKARUPA, CYNTHIA ANN, 
492 MAPLEWOOD AVE 
SPRINGFIELD PA 19064 

SMITH, DENNIS R, 
311 ROBIN LANE 
NORRISTOWN PA 19401 



MAKO, BARBARA 
505 FLAMINGO ST. 
PHILA PA 19128 

MASLANKA, DARLENE CHERIE, 
325 Nl 15TH ST 
PHILA PA 19102 

MAYBO, PETER J. 

501 EDGEHILL RD APT A-4 

GLENSIDE PA 19038 

MCDEVITT, JOAN M. 
5215 ROOSEVELT BLVD 
PHILA PA 19124 

MCDONOUGH, LINDA K, 
214 BUSTELTON PK 
CHURCHVILLE PA 18966 

MCNAMARA, RICHARD MATTHEW, 
94 HOMESTEAD LANE 
BROOKFIELD CT 06804 

MCSORLEY, MARY E. 
876 N 22ND ST 
PHILA PA 19130 

MENOR, IRENE B, 
13 LAMP POST AVE 
CHERRY HILL NJ 08003 

MERCADO, ANABEL R. 
519 E CABOT ST 
PHILA PA 19125 

MIKO, MATTHEW JOSEPH, 
48 SOUNDRIDGE RD 
SHELTON CT 06484 



PINTER, JOSEPH 
115 GARRIS RD 
DOWNINGTOWN PA 19335 

PLUMBLEY, MARY E, 
2719 TREMONT ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19136 

POWELL, JUDY 

247 S JUNIPER ST 900 

PHILADELPHIA PA 19107 

QIN, HERVERT X1NGPEI, 
4314 CHESTNUT ST 108 
PHILA PA 19104 

RAPETTI, HELEN M, 
876 E SHERMAN AVE 
VINELAND NJ O8360 

RICCH1NI, DANIELL C, 
1625 S CLARION ST 
PHILA PA 19148 

RIENDEAU, DAVID O, 
325 N 15TH ST 909-A 
PHILA PA 19102 

ROSA, MARY ANNE, 
532 E GENEYA AVE 
PHILA PA 19120 

ROSEMAN, ELLEN W, 
325 N 15TH ST APT 1003 
PHILA PA 19102 

RYAN, ROSEMARY E, 
8408 CHIPPEWA RD 
PHILA PA 19128 






SMITH, MAUREEN ROSE, 
2683 WINGHESTER AVE 
PHILA PA 19152 

SORGINI, ROSEMARIE M 
7219 RUPERT ST 
PHILA PA 19149 

SPANO, KATHLEEN E C, 
189 CHERRY BLOSSOM DR 
CHURCHVILLE PA 18966 

STARK, PENNY S, 

3000 VALLEY FORGE CIRCLE 648 

KING OF PRUSS PA 19406 

STEAHR, GREGG A, 

2638 POPLAR ST 3RD FRNT 

PHILA PA 19130 

THOMAS, ROBERT LOUIS, 
6413 CLEARVIEW ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19119 

THOMPSON, MARYBETH 
803 MONTICELLO PLACE 
LANSDALE PA 19446 

PUCILLO, JEANNE-MARIE 
325 N 15TH ST 1406A 
PHILA PA 19102 

PUZIO, JANE T, 

325 N 15TH ST APT 1613C 

PHILA PA 19102 

RESTO, PROVIDENCIA 
1311 S BROAD ST APT 3R 
PHILA PA 19147 



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REYNOLDS, ROXAN S, 
4337 DEXTER STREET 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19128 

ROLAND, MARY N1MLEY, 
723 YEADOND AVE 
YEADON PA 19050 

ROMEO, SANDRA 
1378 N 75 ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19151 

ROST, BARBARA E, 

2607 NORTH CHARLOTTE ST 

POTTSTOWN PA 19464 



ROTHROCK, ROBERT W 
1730 S DOVER ST 
PHI LA PA 19145 

SAIA, FRANCES RITA, 
1311 PORTER ST 
PHILA PA 19148 

SALMOND, PATRICIA S, 
3802 MT VERNON ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19104 

SCIPIONE, KIMBERLY A. 
1807 WOLF 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19145 

SEKEL, KATHLEEN 
6 CITATION COURT 
SEWELL NJ O8080 

SINEX, LINDA M, 
1543 WOODLAND AVE 
FOLCROFT PA 190320000 

SINGLES, ANNE 
16 VASSAR DR 
NEWARK DE 19711 




THOMAS, KAREN A, 
322 ST CLAIR DRIVE 
MT LAUREL NJ 08054 

TILSON, ROSE E, 
6119 WEBSTER 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19143 

TOLENT1NO, AYMIE C, 
5405 NORTH 12TH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19141 

TRACKIM, CATHERINE MARIE, 
1031 E PINE ST 
MAHANDY CITY PA 17948 

TRONCO, ROSALIA J, 
2331 S CHADWICK ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19145 

TZOUMAKIS, JEAN 

38 EAST COLLINQSWOOD AVE 

OAKLYN NJ O8107 

VALLEY, BARBARA ELAINE, 
1738 SOUTH 15TH ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19145 

WADDELL, PATRICE YAVONNE, 
1329 ANNIN ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19147 



WALKER, FRANCINE B, 
445B SHARON AVE 
SHARON HILL PA 19079 

WELSH, JOHN RICHARD, 
RD 2 BOX C 
COATESVILLE PA 19320 

WILLIAMS, ANN MONIQUE, 
4946 WYNNEFIELD AVE 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19131 




VRABEL, MICHELLE J, 
1733 N BLVE 
BETHLEHEM PA 18017 

WARNOCK, ANN RUTH, 

45 WEST COURT ST 2ND FLR 

DOYLESTOWN PA 18901 

WATSON, FAYTHANN 

707 WEST RUSSELL STREET 

PHILADELPHIA PA 19140 

WILLIAMS, CAROL ABBOUD, 
448 B BURNLEY LANE 
DREXEL HILL PA 19026 

WILLIAMS, ROSE A, 
352 E MECHANIC ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19144 

WITHER, FELICIA E, 
326 SOUTH 16TH ST 
PHILA PA 19103 

WOLFERTH, CATHERINE FRANCES, 
117 N 15TH ST APT 502 
PHILA PA 19102 

WRAY, JULIET ROSEMARIE, 
5633 CEDAR AVE 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19143 

ZUMPANO, LAURIE ANN 
3616 ACADEMY RD 
PHILA PA 19154 




SMITH, AUDEANNE D, 
7628 B WILLIAMS WAY 
ELKINS PART PA 19117 

SMITH, BARBARA MARIE, 
1220 N BROAD ST APT 811 
PHILA PA 19121 

SMITH, RICHARD SCOTT, 
640 CRAIQS CORNER RD 
HARVREDEQRACE MD 21078 



WILSON, LINDA P, 
5126 OQDEN ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19139 

WINTER, JOANNE M, 
5419 TACKAWANNA ST 
PHILA PA 19124 

WOLLSLAGER, KATHERINE A, 
1006 AFTON ST APT 4 
PHILA PA 19111 






SNEDAKER, SYLVIA L, 
39 CHESTNUT ST 
SOUDERTON PA 18964 

SPIRITO, PAMELA J, 
3333 COMLY RD 36 
PHILA PA 19154 

SPITALIERI, ALMA NANCY 
2535 S. 12TH ST 
PHILA PA 19148 

SYLAPHETH, SYONEXONE 
2113 S 28TH ST 
PHILADELPHIA PA 19145 



WOROBEY,LlLLAIN M. 
234 TRAYMORE AVE 
KING PRUSSIA PA 19406 

TRUMPP, ANDREW JAKE, 
4627 TAMPA ST 
PHILA PA 19120 

TUMMINGS, TREVOR A, 
5445 ARLINGTON ST 
PHILA PA 19131 

VERGARA, ELIZABETH V, 
86 EUSTON RD S 
MARLTON NJ 08053 



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THE LOGICAL WNG 

W&to I uial young, (t teemed tiat Me, utal ko u)mtwfui, a, mnaek, ok (t u/ak 

beauUfai, mayieai. 

Aid oM tie, boidk to tie, tern, uie&tieyd be, kiMyity ko kapp'Jy, joyfully, ptayfuiy 

uiriteAuu} we,. 

But tim tiey text me, away to teack me, kow to be, iwibfle, ixjttud, nekponkibie,, 

pnaSleat. 

And tiey kkowed ate a, ufon&l tfltm I couU be ko ckpeadab& / c&ucaf, UilkSeShd, 

cynical. 

Time, one, tmei u/im oM tie, vtontdk ai&ep, 

tie, aueiRoHi mm too deep 

fon, iueJc a kimfm man,. 

Wont you, pteake,, pteake, te$ me, ufkot mm teamed 

I know (t koundi abiwid 



uiko I 



am. 




but photo te$ 

Now vJti&k utkat you, lay on, tieyd be, caMny you, a, nodical, tib&wi, fanatical, 
CKutdnat. 

Wont you, kian up youn, name,, md tike, to fed yowne, accep1ab&>, nekpectabte,, 
pneteriabte,, a tfegetabtel 

At nigkt, utim off tie, uionldk aiteep, 

tie, queitwm nun ko deep 

ton, luck a kimpte, man. 

Wmt you, pteake,, pteake, tell me, uikat uicve, famed 

I knout it koundi obkund 

but pieale, ted me, u)lw I cm.